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Survivors, first responders and political leaders paid tribute to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings, which killed three people and injured more than 260 one year ago.
Iran is fighting back against Washington's denial of a visa to its new United Nations ambassador, demanding that the U.N. reverse the U.S. decision.
Murder charges were filed Tuesday against Frazier Glenn Miller, the white supremacist who allegedly gunned down three people at two Jewish facilities in suburban Kansas City.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld EPA regulations requiring power plants to limit emissions of mercury, arsenic and other hazardous pollutants.
The Obama administration said that a midnight deadline for most people to finish health-insurance applications for private coverage this year wouldn't be extended amid signs that enrollment waits had dissipated.
Higher housing and food costs helped lift overall consumer prices last month, a development that could reassure some Fed officials as they roll back their easy-money policies.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen says the largest and most complex financial institutions may be able to strengthen their balance sheets further by raising more capital than regulators have required to date.
People hurt in the 2013 Boston Marathon attack struggle to decide whether attending this year would bring more healing or more pain.
Strong sales at U.S. retailers in March offered fresh evidence of the economy thawing out after a winter freeze.
The average person misplaces up to nine items a day, and one-third of respondents in a poll said they spend an average of 15 minutes each day searching for items. However, you can train your brain to find things faster.
A group of retired police and firefighters has reached an agreement with the bankrupt city of Detroit calling for few cuts to their benefits.
The man suspected of killing three people in a shooting spree at two Jewish centers in the Kansas City area was long known to law enforcement as a white supremacist and former Klansman, authorities said. Federal and state authorities said they would prosecute the shootings as hate crimes.
Several well-known nonprofits are caught in a tussle between billionaire donor John Arnold, who advocates overhauling public pensions, and multimillion-member unions.